You mentioned replacing the ODPA. I too recommend replacing it right away. The Crown replacement unit seems to get the most votes for the one to use on the TJ forums. Use the stock sensor though. Throw the Crown sensor in with your spare parts just in case.
I love it. I really want to build a crawler. I have boats right now and can't afford it. And convincing the spousal unit that I need another hobby... Well, I just don't want to go there right now.....:laughing:
That Element is nice. I already have an ARB 63qt so I am not looking to upgrade though. My fridge goes back in forth between my Jeep and my truck. When in the truck it is on a mount on the rear seat. The slide doesn't help much here as far as daily access but it does when it comes time to...
I have plugged so many tires over the years I have lost count. Lately, most have been in my wife's Evogue. Not sure where she is picking them up. The tire companies out here in CA have told her I should never plug a tire and only use a patch. I have had a patch fail but never a plug. I used...
I love their suspension. I have had it on there for over 10 years now. It is pricey but it works very well. Great group of guys working there. They will do whatever it takes to get your truck dialed in for you.
My preferred sleep system is a hammock. This is a fantastic Youtube channel for anyone interested in giving camping style hammocks a try. Hammocks may sound a bit dry, but Shug makes it all very interesting.
Goal Zero has a Buck/Boost adapter that regulates the output voltage to a constant 12V. The Lithium battery will then control when it shuts off. Kind of expensive at $40 though and it may need to be fitted with a connector compatible with your battery. It wouldn't be hard to make one if you...
Welcome. I have always thought those would make a great build! V10 - Sorry about the SoCal gas prices though. It hurts a bit even in my diesel. You are also right up there near Carli Suspension. They really know Ford and Dodge Suspension systems.
You will love a TJ. I have a 2005 Rubi LJ. It is tight for overlanding, but the extra 10" wheelbase really comes in handy. Out here on the West coast, that letter "L" adds several thousand dollars though.